MOLLY MARTENS, who was sentenced to 20-25 years for the murder of her Irish husband Jason Corbett, could see her sentence extended.
Martens, 34, was cited on May 2 for two counts of breaking prison rules.
It comes just weeks after she avoided having four years added to her sentence after being cited for ‘unauthorised leave’ last November.
Martens’ public file at the North Carolina Department Of Public Safety – where she is listed as Molly M Corbett – has a record of the latest infractions.
It reveals that she was cited on May 2 for possessing no-threat contraband and also for disobeying an order from prison staff.
After her first breach of prison rules last November, Martens’ scheduled release date was provisionally extended to July 28, 2041.
However after a special custody review by prison officials, it was restored to August 3, 2037.
But with two further rule breaches just nine months after her sentence began, Martens faces another custody review and the possibility of her sentence being extended.
Martens and her father Thomas, 68, were convicted last August of the second-degree murder of Limerick native Mr Corbett.
The 39-year-old father-of-two suffered at least 10 blows to the head, believed to have been inflicted with a baseball bat and paving stone, at his home in Lexington, North Carolina on August 2, 2015.
Martens and her father appealed unsuccessfully last December for a retrial.